Thanks for pointing out that little error in Brotherhood! When editing it I must have cut and moved some of the stuff around. Hopefully though there isn't anything like that anywhere else. Once again thanks for the help.
That comment made my night so much better. Thank you for taking the time to write it!
You are most welcome! Shine is very impressive. It is rare for a spinoff tale to have as much (let alone more) impact as the original, but you did this easily with Shine. Each character was given incredible depth and expression; the character of Thunder Clap – rough and simple, but kind-hearted and passionate in his beliefs – was rock-solid and strangely endearing, and the ending was a masterpiece. It really underlined and expounded upon the introductory message: Few shine brightly enough for all to see them, but every light matters; even the briefest of sparks.
So many stories suffer from the common GPOY/wishful thinking of having epic characters with epic skills and traits that succeed epically at epic epicness with more epic. Creating a tale that, well, shines, and so brightly, yet is focused on a relatively mundane character is quite impressive.
Thank you so much for the Fave of Shine!